on Saturday, 29 October 2011 at 10.30 pm by Simon Sarmiento
categorised as Church of England
The Bishop of Buckingham, Alan Wilson, was interviewed on Channel 4 News this evening by Krishnan Guru-Murthy.
Watch it here.
BRAVO (send a memo to Archbishop Rowan)!
I mostly like what Bishop Wilson had to say, but I’m less than enthralled with the idea of more discussion.
Our societies need to be living differently in ways that may already be known. What, then, is there to discuss other than what practical steps to take?
At last, a comment from an articulate and engaged cleric.
The good Bishop reminded us that the Magnificat is said or sung every day in St Paul’s (and by every priest across the country for that matter) He reminded the viewers of its words. Does St Paul’s also need reminding… He has put down the mighty from their seat and has exalted the humble and meek He has filled the hungry with good things and hath sent the rich empty away. No mention there of discussions with the rich, no commisions and reports, no bargains, ‘you go away from my doorstep and I’ll talk to you’. How could St Paul’s… Read more »